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Windows 8.1 won't load after reinstall action of OS


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#1 Facedono

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 11:46 PM

My computer won't load windows 8.1. My desktop computer was running extremely slow so I attempted to reinstall windows 8.1. However I selected the custom install and it made a back up of my programs in a folder called old windows. But after the computer attempted to reinstall I keep getting "an unexpected I/o error has occure" error code 0x 0000e9 This problem can happen when a removable storage device is removed when it is use or failing.
When I attempt to boot it from the windows 8.1 cd if gives me the error "some of the windows files are missing or corrupted" It stops right at getting files ready for installation.

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 02:00 AM

Is it a orginal installation disk of Windows? Because it says "some of the Windows files are missing or corrupted".

 

Error code 0x 0000e9 means that there is something wrong with the hard disk. Can you pleas try this and tell me if it helps for you?






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